Mr. Chair, the question is good. The departments that Statistics Canada serves, or other entities that it serves, are the heart of what drives Statistics Canada's business. They take those inputs in demands for statistics and data, and at what they call their “field level” they consolidate them and prioritize them from a business priority perspective. They then work with their internal IT people who are responsible for the applications and interfacing with us to prioritize that across a set of business requirements that are translated into what Shared Services is required to deliver.
That's what we've been very actively working on with the chief statistician and his entire IT leadership team. We sit down about every two weeks and run through those prioritized business requirements, the clarity of those business requirements, and bring together that demand side and mesh it with the services we're providing and the growth in those services that Statistics Canada requires.